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Cyndi Lauper

Cyndi Lauper was born in Brooklyn, New York on June 22, 1953. She is best known for her popular songs in the 80’s such as, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun and Time After Time. She had always had an interest in music, and at the age of 12 she started playing the guitar and writing lyrics to songs.
In the late 70’s Cyndi started performing as a vocalist for different bands in New York. She sang some songs that were originally by Led Zeppelin and Bad Company.

In 1977, Cyndi damaged her vocal cords and was left with no voice. She went through a lot of therapy and got her voice back.

In 1983 Cyndi Lauper signed a deal with Portrait Records. Her first album, She’s So Unusual sold 4.5 million copies in the U.S. From that album she scored four Top Five singles.

Where are they now?

In 1991, Cyndi Lauper got married to actor David Thorton, and shortly after that released her fourth album, which contained a lot of her singles hits.
She got pregnant in 1994 with a boy and while pregnant toured with Tina Turner for three months as a special guest.

She worked on a sitcom at one time, but it was never broadcasted. She appeared on the TV series Mad About You a couple of times, and toured with Cher in 1999.

Cyndi has starred in several movies such as Off and Running and Life With Mickey. She also sang for the recent movie, Rugrats in Paris. She is now concentrating on being a mother.

Update November 2004: Cyndi has returned and crossed over into adult contemporary, most recently with At Last in November 2003 and Live At Last in May 2004.

One response to “Cyndi Lauper”

  1. mook says:

    Cyndi Lauper released a dance/techno album, ‘Bring Ya to the Brink’ in May 2008, featuring the singles ‘Same Old Story’ and and ‘Into the Nightlife’ (both of which became club hits). Throughout the year, Lauper headlined the ‘True Colors 2008 Tour’ (the 2nd annual event), which benefited the Human Rights Campaign. Carson Kressley served as emcee, with performances by (on various points of the tour): Joan Jett, Rosie O’Donnell, The B-52’s, Regina Spektor, Margaret Cho, Wanda Sykes, Kat DeLuna, Nona Hendyrx (of LaBelle), The Puppini Sisters, Joan Armatrading, Deborah Cox, Sarah McLachlan, Tegan and Sara, and many others.

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